Sep 262013
 

Advanced SystemCare Performance Monitor illustrates extra options like scan, ram, cpu, network and disk.

Last Updated: September 10, 2023

Latest News: Updated the documentation.

Windows performance monitor is a little tool that provides vital information regarding how your system is performing. You can minimize or expand the tool, to quickly have access to some cleaning and optimization tools for your system. This tutorial shares information on some of those tools you can quickly have access to and use. What this also means is that you don’t have to open the full program. Using performance monitor tool, quickly provides information on your CPU, memory, hard disk performance and metrics. It also provides quick access to the necessary tools to improve the CPU, memory and hard disk.

Advanced SystemCare Windows Tutorials:

  1. Advanced SystemCare Windows
  2. Performance Monitor
  3. Protect
  4. Toolbox

Advanced SystemCare Performance Monitor

Step 1 ) Go to your bottom right hand corner on your monitor or screen where the clock is located as illustrated in the image below. Left click on the arrow pointing up. A menu will appear.

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Step 2 ) Right click on the blue icon as illustrated in the image below.

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Step 3 ) Click on Open Performance Monitor as illustrated in the image below. Depending on your windows configuration you might be asked if you want the following programs to make changes.

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Step 4 ) The Performance Monitor displays some easy to understand small monitors. They are very similar to the one windows displays. You can see your Ram and CPU. If you click on the right hand arrow as illustrated in the image below, the Performance Monitor will expand.

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Step 5 ) Once it expands you will see the following performance monitor displayed.

Performance Monitor Displayed:

  • Ram
  • CPU
  • Disk
  • Metrics
  • Network

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Step 6 ) The following image illustrates the tools you can use to improve your systems monitors.

Tools To Improve System Monitors:

  • Clean Ram
  • Scan
  • Turbo Boost
  • Take full page screenshots
  • Screen Recorder

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As you can see there are simply so many tools you can use to manage your Windows environment and remember that this version is FREE they also have a paid version with some more extra goodies for you. However I find that most of you will probably have enough with the free version.

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I will be adding more details about this utility from time to time. I suggest that you keep coming back to learn more about this tool. If you have any requests or require some more information please let me know.

Enjoy.

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  4 Responses to “Advanced SystemCare Performance Monitor”

  1. What if i dont have that button (to expend performance monitor)?

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